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Aock 4 Channel BNC 5-10MHz Video Digital Fiber Media Converter ONVDT/R4V-M


The 4 channel video digital optical transceiver adopt the most advanced international technology of digital video and optical fiber transmission, performing synchronous, undistorted, uncompressed and high quality signal transmission over all kinds of...
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  • Card-type or stand-alone type for your choice, suitable for concentration management in 4U Racks
  • 10-digital coding and non-compression video transmission
  • Supporting any high -resolution video signal
  • Automatically compatible with PAL, NTSC and SECAM video format
  • With APC circuit, constant output optical power and wide dynamic range
  • Large capacity of gigabit optical fiber transmission, easy for upgrading
  • Supporting video intact regenerative relay
  • Supporting advanced SNMP standards, realise long-distance web-controlling
  • LED indication of power and other parameter status, monitoring real-time operation
  • Modularized and industrialized design ensuring reliability and flexibility
  • Advanced auto- adaptive technology avoiding on-site electric or optical regulation
  • Capable of auto resumption of power fuse
  • Size: 206.2 x 206.2 x 25mm / 8.12 x 8.12 x 0.98in(L x W x H)(including the hanging ears, head length 14mm / 0.55in excluding BNC)

Target Industries:

  • Urban intelligent traffic monitoring system (ITS)
  • Highway surveillance / communication system
  • Security protection system, TV medical treatment
  • Remote multimedia teaching / campus monitoring
  • Long-distance radio and television transmission system
  • High-building security protection
  • Military Tele-Com projects

Video Feature:

  • Video Interface: 4-channel video
  • Video Interface:  BNC 
  • Video Input/output Impedance: 75 Ω (unbalanced)
  • Video Input/output Voltage: 1VP - P (peak value)
  • Video Bandwidth: 5-10MHz
  • Frequency Response: <2dB
  • Video Sampling: 15MHz high speed sampling
  • Differential Gain: (10% -90% APL) DG <1% (typical value)
  • Differential Phase: (10% -90% APL) DP <0.7° (typical value)
  • Video SNR: S/N ≥70dB (maximum optical link path time)
  • The Transmission Distance: 1.5KM(Multi-mode)

General Parameter:

  • Ambient Temperature: -40 ℃ ~ +85 ℃
  • Storage Temperature: -45 ℃ ~ +95 ℃
  • Relative Humidity: 0 ~ 95% (non-cold-condensing)
  • Power Voltage: AC85-260v/50Hz 
  • Internal Power Supply: DC5V
  • MTBF:105 hours
  • Power Supplier: 3.5 w (Input: DC5V 1000mA)


Aock 4 Channel BNC 5-10MHz Video Digital Fiber Media Converter ONVDT/R4V-M

Aock 4 Channel BNC 5-10MHz Video Digital Fiber Media Converter ONVDT/R4V-M

Aock 4 Channel BNC 5-10MHz Video Digital Fiber Media Converter ONVDT/R4V-M

Comparison with Electrical Transmission:

  • The choice between optical fiber and electrical (or copper) transmission for a particular system is made based on a number of trade-offs. Optical fiber is generally chosen for systems requiring higher bandwidth or spanning longer distances than electrical cabling can accommodate
  • The main benefits of fiber are its exceptionally low loss (allowing long distances between amplifiers/repeaters), its absence of ground currents and other parasite signal and power issues common to long parallel electric conductor runs (due to its reliance on light rather than electricity for transmission, and the dielectric nature of fiber optic), and its inherently high data-carrying capacity. Thousands of electrical links would be required to replace a single high bandwidth fiber cable. Another benefit of fibers is that even when run alongside each other for long distances, fiber cables experience effectively no crosstalk, in contrast to some types of electrical transmission lines. Fiber can be installed in areas with high electromagnetic interference (EMI), such as alongside utility lines, power lines, and railroad tracks. Nonmetallic all-dielectric cables are also ideal for areas of high lightning-strike incidence
  • For comparison, while single-line, voice-grade copper systems longer than a couple of kilometers require in-line signal repeaters for satisfactory performance; it is not unusual for optical systems to go over 100 kilometers (60 miles), with no active or passive processing. Single-mode fiber cables are commonly available in 12 km lengths, minimizing the number of splices required over a long cable run. Multi-mode fiber is available in lengths up to 4 km, although industrial standards only mandate 2 km unbroken runs

In short distance and relatively low bandwidth applications, electrical transmission is often preferred because of its:

  • Lower material cost, where large quantities are not required
  • Lower cost of transmitters and receivers
  • Capability to carry electrical power as well as signals (in specially-designed cables)
  • Ease of operating transducers in linear mode
  • Optical fibers are more difficult and expensive to splice than electrical conductors. And at higher powers, optical fibers are susceptible to fiber fuse, resulting in catastrophic destruction of the fiber core and damage to transmission components

Because of these benefits of electrical transmission, optical communication is not common in short box-to-box, backplane, or chip-to-chip applications; however, optical systems on those scales have been demonstrated in the laboratory

In certain situations fiber may be used even for short distance or low bandwidth applications, due to other important features:

  • Immunity to electromagnetic interference, including nuclear electromagnetic pulses (although fiber can be damaged by alpha and beta radiation)
  • High electrical resistance, making it safe to use near high-voltage equipment or between areas with different earth potentials
  • Lighter weight-important, for example, in aircraft
  • No sparks-important in flammable or explosive gas environment
  • Not electromagnetically radiating, and difficult to tap without disrupting the signal-important in high-security environments
  • Much smaller cable size-important where pathway is limited, such as networking an existing building, where smaller channels can be drilled and space can be saved in existing cable ducts and trays

Package Included:

  • 1 x Optical Transmitter
  • 1 x Optical Receiver
  • 2 x Adapters
  • 1 x User's Manual
  • 1 x Certification